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The site E4G reports that Gran Turismo 5 will include a very exciting option: The ability to create your own tracks or edit the existing tracks. Eurogamer checked in with Sony to confirm this new feature, and, while Sony refused to confirm the news, the company also refused to deny it, in a carefull...

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(click to Galaxy-size) After Spore Galactic Adventures launched in late June, we expected a similar torrent of user-created content that arrived with the original game's release. Though not quite the same in terms of exponential upward curves, the expansion has just surpassed the 100,000 mark of ...

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Awww, little Sackboy, you've come so far! Running, jumping and, um, grabbing your way through over one million user-created LittleBigPlanet levels in under a year -- why that's like, 20 million miles! In fact, according to the PlayStation Blog's calculations, that's about one new level being publish...

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We already know that developer 5th Cell's ambitious DS project Scribblenauts will keep us distracted with its purported ability to let us conjure up anything simply by writing its name on the screen. What we didn't know is that the game will also let us confound others by letting us edit and share l...

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The announcement of some actual DSiWare games was pretty welcome, sure, but the real winner out of Iwata's financial briefing is Made in Ore, which is sort of a programming suite for WarioWare games. We can't wait to start designing our own bite-sized games and playing them on the DS and Wii. Do ...

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Ever want to tighten up the graphics in your own game or interactive environments without going to a video game design college? Okay bad joke, but that only a small part of the plan with Areae's MetaPlace. The project envisioned by Raph Koster will give users a dynamic platform and the accessibili...

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One Lego brick after another, you build for months on end in the Lego Universe. You want your creation there with you, physically for your fingers to grapple with. You purchase your creation and an exact replica of every virtual Lego brick you used to mold your online creation is sitting on your d...

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The Social Gaming Summit, held in San Francisco last Friday, has been explored here on the site by our own Akela Talamasca. Today the Worlds in Motion blog has a great writeup of a panel on user-generated content, with an emphasis on how that concept applies to online gaming. Industry luminaries inc...

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Gamers in Japan will likely be delighted to hear this bit of news. Band Brothers DX will allow players to share content they created in the game, namely compositions. By uploading them online, other games may then access and download the tracks. Pretty neat, eh? We think so. Of course, this only w...

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In an amusing spin on user created content, the Horde guild Eagles Pride on Malygos decided to make their own raid boss encounter. Sound impossible? Not if you take the time to figure out how to balance things out, as this lot of moo-cows did. Twenty-five level 1 Tauren went head to head against a...

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In the seventeenth century, it was a fairly well known fact that pirates just weren't very creative folk. Swashbucklers? Sure. Dastardly dogs? Absolutely. Drunken, whoring scallywags? Even on their worst days. But they couldn't put a brush to a canvas if their very lives depended on it. Consequent...

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